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this museum is situated in Victoria garden compound. it is managed by private trust at present. heritage building. lots of artefacts and various models etc can be viewed. original statues of queen Victoria and kala ghoda also lying in the compound
We visited the Mumbai City Museum on our way to the airport. It's located in a gorgeous building, there's a zoo and a park nearby and the statue of the elephant that gave The Elephanta Island its name is right at the entrance to the...More
A small but quaint museum. Ideal for people visiting India from abroad. It tells a viewer a lot about indian cultural and artefacts. Washroom and a small canteen facility is available. The museum is 5 minutes walk from Byculla East Railway station. Best time to...More
This museum is right besides the jijamata udyaan in byculla. The museum and zoo has the same entrance. The ticket for the same is Rs. 20 per person for adult. This is one floor storage. There are many things in the musuem and it is...More
Entry tickets are reasonably priced. Parking is provided (but not much). The general exhibits are nice but not very interesting. We went to see an exhibit of the works of navratna of indian art scene. It was much publicized, but not worth the hype. Except...More
Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum was earlier The Victoria & Albert Museum and also designed similarly to the one in London.
Situated 1 km from Chinchpokli Station, Byculla area, it is housed in the precincts of Veermata Jijabhai Bhonsle Udyan & Pranisangrah (earlier Victoria Gardens...More
India is rich, rather richest in culture, tradition, heritage, sculpture, art.....
Wow is the only word that I can say after visiting this Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Byculla, India.
Very well maintained
Housekeeping at its best
This place has so much potential. Unfortunately it is poorly lit making it very difficult to see what's on display. There are few descriptors to educate people on what they're looking at and they could organize their exhibits better. You don't leave knowing anything more...More
The front of this museum is beautiful with some great statues to see and photograph. We had a very short visit here, just under an hour. Not enough time to take in everything.
We bought a camera permit so we could get pictures of some...More